Down a private lane toward the end of Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park and beneath a canopy of trees with 180' views of Casco Bay sits this most unique property comprised of three buildings: an historic Cape from the 1800s, an addition from the 1970s and a modern day home built in 1991. The first floor, glowing with butternut wood paneling and dominated by a large stone gas fireplace, features a large kitchen with hand hewn beams with eat-in dining area, a dining room, a sunken living room, and a piano and game room. These rooms work as a series of cozy spaces as well as a grand open space for gathering large numbers. The living room opens to a deck facing Bustins Island and an adjacent screen porch; the kitchen opens to a deck facing across a swimming cove to a constant view of the changing tide. There are views and sun and shade for every time of day. There is a ground floor half-bath. Connected to this open space up three steps is the living room of the old cape with gas fireplace and extensive bookcases, which serves as a library and media room. Upstairs are three charming, under-the-eaves bedrooms and small bath. The second floor features a huge primary bedroom ensuite with windows on three sides of the ocean and farm fields, and an exterior deck over the screen porch below. The large primary bath has a large whirlpool tub under a skylight. On the same floor is a cozy guest room with its own bath and a small room that could be used for an office. The third floor has a bedroom with a spectacular view of the cove below, a second bedroom and a spacious bathroom with skylight. In the 1970s addition is a one bedroom apartment with deck and water views. Delight in the varied outdoor spaces: decks, patios, gardens, rocks, dock, swimming cove and paths. Privacy abounds in this special location abutting 250 acres of conservation land yet close to downtown Freeport shops and dining, and 30 minutes to Portland.
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